KCC Stories: PTA student Casie Parker stayed positive through challenging times

KCC PTA student Casie Parker.

Physical Therapist Assistant student Casie Parker sums up her journey at Kellogg Community College as one of staying positive through challenging times, an appropriate summary given that her interest in PTA began with a devastating injury in high school. Parker,… Continue Reading

KCC Stories: Working mother, art student Coretta Margraves wants to start her own photography business

KCC student Coretta Margraves.

Kellogg Community College student Coretta Margraves is pursuing an Associate in Arts degree at KCC with plans to start her own photography business. “I love to take pictures, I love to draw,” she says. “I’m kind of one of those… Continue Reading

KCC Stories: Business Management student Allison Anthony dual-enrolled in high school to get ahead

Business Management student Allison Anthony.

When Allison Anthony graduated from Pennfield High School last spring, she did so with 12 college credits earned by dual-enrolling at Kellogg Community College. The 18-year-old Business Management major took two KCC classes per semester her senior year of high… Continue Reading

KCC Stories: Harper Creek sophomore Hailey Peguero says dual-enrollment at KCC will get you ahead

Dual-enrolled Harper Creek/KCC student Hailey Peguero.

When Harper Creek High School sophomore Hailey Peguero turned 16 and got her driver’s license in January, she did so as a college student who’d already earned four college credits. That’s because Peguero is dual-enrolled at Kellogg Community College, where… Continue Reading

Michigan Job Challenge students train for work in KCC’s KAMA program

KAMA manufacturing students work during training at the RMTC.

See photos of some of the 24 Michigan Job Challenge students who started the Kellogg Community College Advanced Manufacturing Assembly (KAMA) Training program at KCC’s Regional Manufacturing Technology Center (RMTC) this summer in the photo gallery embedded below or view the gallery on KCC’s… Continue Reading

KCC, BACC train for the future with new robotics, mechatronics equipment in Coldwater

High school senior Kyle Myers holds a tablet-sized controller at the BACC as fellow senior Nick Pierucki points at the screen, giving instructions.

It’s a rainy Thursday morning in Coldwater, and a trio of high school seniors inside the Branch Area Careers Center huddles around a large plexiglass box. Kyle Myers, of Reading High School, holds a tablet-sized controller as Nick Pierucki, of… Continue Reading